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The different styling attachments cater to unique hair needs and are designed for different hair styles.

Between zoom meetings, webinars, you're walking a tight rope to balance work from home and domestic chores, in all this its easy to forget about taking care of yourself. It's imperative to squeeze in a few hours to indulge in yourself, whether its a massage or a hair spa treatment.

A great hair day can really lift your mood. To that end the Dyson Airwrapâ„¢ styler is all you need to help you look and feel great. The Styler harnesses an aerodynamic phenomenon called the Coanda effect, styling your hair with air and not heat as it curves air to attract and wrap hair to the barrel. It's available in two colours the Nickel/ Fuchsia and Nickel/ Red.

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It comes with a range of accessories which includes the 40mm Airwrap long barrels, 30mm Airwrap barrels, a Firm smoothing brush, a Soft smoothing brush, a Round volumising brush, the Pre-styling dryer, a non-slip heat-resistant mat to place your styler on, a Storage case and even a Filter cleaning brush. A Storage bag (Iron/Fuchsia) securely stores your Dyson Airwrap when you're on the move.

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Bandhanwar or Toran made up of mango leaves and marigolds

As Diwali is around the corner, Indian households are busy buying decorative items for their homes. But, there is one item which can be seen in almost every Indian household, and that is Bandhanwar or Toran.

According to the dictionary, Toran is a gateway which has three lintels between two posts. Interestingly, this has been inspired by the Buddhist tradition as well as the Hindu architecture. It must be noted that Bandhanwar or Toran is a door hanging made up of mango leaves and marigolds in thread and is generally hung at the main entrance of the house.

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Smart living is also about smart breathing.

By Himanshu Agarwal

While smart homes are typically about connected and automated devices and appliances, making it a super convenient and comfortable living experience for residents, there is one connection that we often seem to miss when we speak of smart homes -- the inextricable connection with the indoor home environment.

After all, smart living is also about smart breathing. Unless we breathe clean and pure air even within our homes, smart living remains an incomplete aspiration. Therefore, as we pivot big time to a modern lifestyle with nearly 24/7 gadgets, utilities, and network dependency within our homes, a sense of balance with respect to the indoor ambiance must also be attained. And this balance necessarily means breathing pristine, unadulterated pure air even at homes.

Don't forget we breathe 24/7 even when living in smart homes


Of course, in this time and age when we are actively using some smart device or the other within the premises of our smart homes most of the time, the point that we are also breathing 24/7 need not be as labored. However, the question is: whether the quality of the air that we are breathing indoors is commensurate with the aspiration for this so-called quality of life and experience of living in high-class homes. In other words, even as we think we are living the 'high life' using all the fancy gadgets and increasing convenience in life, unless we breathe the right air, the desire and dream of quality living will not find true meaning.

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